This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and share them on social media.
NFL Network showed a Marshawn Lynch press conference live and that may not have been the best idea
Marshawn Lynch recently came out of retirement to sign with the Oakland Raiders, and the running back met with the Oakland media for the first time on Tuesday. NFL Network aired the media session live, and that decision backfired. Lynch dropped an MF-bomb, said “shit” twice, and talked about “pissing in them hallways.”
Marshawn Lynch is speaking with the media in Oakland. Look at that stance. pic.twitter.com/Adoc2pBMOx
— James Palmer (@JamesPalmerTV) June 6, 2017
It’s certainly will be fun having Marshawn back in the league (he’s already showing off some Beast Mode skills too).
Charles Barkley keeps promoting the NHL and bashing the NBA
Charles Barkley has made it clear in recent weeks that he is a huge fan of the NHL and the Stanley Cup Playoffs, and thinks these NBA Playoffs have been awful (which he’s definitely right about). Barkley went on the Stanley Cup Final NBC broadcast during an intermission and continued this hockey-loving (and NBA-bashing) talk:
He also went on SportsCenter and called Barry Melrose “the best analyst on television,” before adding that “the only difference is [Melrose] doesn’t deal with those wussies in the NBA.”
And back to his NBC appearance, Barkley said he joked that he’d like to see an alligator eat his friend Jeremy Roenick:
Mike Milbury said P.K. Subban “had it coming” after Sidney Crosby hits Subban’s head into the ice
An uncomfortable and unnecessary thing to say from Mike Milbury, and that’s certainly nothing new from him.
SportsCenter makes awesome play-by-play montage to hilarious Braves fan vs The Freeze race
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